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Exploring the Benefits of Wearable Technology

What do you reckon will happen to the Internet of Things ten years from now?

If you think about billions of devices or more wearable tech, around 83 percent of experts believe that the Internet of things will have beneficial effects on the everyday lives of the public by 2025. By that we expect more …

Wearable Tech

What Flying Cars And Data Scientists Have In Common

Did you ever go to a car show and see the concept cars? The question is, do you drive one? Do you even see them on the freeway?

If we’re not careful, the work of data scientists could fall into the same category as concept cars: elegant and interesting but largely unconnected to day-to-day …

Data Science

The car industry just saw 'the shot across the bow' for cyber vulnerabilities

The cybersecurity issues that led Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV to recall 1.4 million vehicles this month could pose a problem for cars and trucks from other automakers, the top U.S. auto safety regulator said on Friday.

Mark Rosekind, who heads the National Transportation Safety Administration, said …

Automotive Industry

Serving up cloud options just got easier

Got cloud?

It’s no secret that implementing cloud technologies allows IT to rapidly react and dynamically deliver new services to any business or organization almost instantly.

In an ideal world, cloud services—whether private, public, or hybrid—allow users access to applications wherever, however, …

Cisco Systems

Digital Transformation in Transportation

Learn more about the Internet of Everything and Digital Transformation: http://www.cisco.com/c/r/en/us/internet-of-everything-ioe/tomorrow-starts-here/index.html

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Transportation

Got data? How’s that working for you?

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Mission-motivated. Dashboard-driven. KPIs. Marketers are buzzword masters when discussing marketing strategy with top management. But are they in the driver’s seat when it comes to maximizing their data?

There are four kinds of …

Marketing Automation

9 Ways That Cities Are Creating Tech Communities That Support Civic Innovation

These are the cities that are the best and worst at working with local startups for the benefit of all involved.

How can cities truly embrace technology to improve their operations and provide better public services? Despite no shortage of focus on this question, cities—with their entrenched ways of …

Problem-solving

The Network | The Network

Thousands of Cisco employees gathered at Levi’s Stadium in San Jose, Calif. on Monday, July 27 to ring in a new era in the company’s chapter—and the excitement in the air could no better be exemplified than in the noise itself.

The buzzing chatter of employees and their loved ones intermingled with …

Cisco Systems

7 Ways Cloud Computing Makes You Better at Your Job

Sponsored PostCloud computing is changing the way people do business. A study (PDF) earlier this year by Tata Communications found that most …

Cloud Computing

Leveraging the Internet of Things to make seaports safer

The IoT is perhaps the biggest source of press-release hyperbole in the IT industry at the moment. I see dozens of press releases a week and at least …

Internet of Things

Exploring the Benefits of Wearable Technology

What do you reckon will happen to the Internet of Things ten years from now?

If you think about billions of devices or more wearable tech, around 83 percent of experts believe that the Internet of things will have beneficial effects on the everyday lives of the public by 2025. By that we expect more …

Wearable Tech

Tesla's autopilot technology is about to get even better

In this Saturday, Jan. 3, 2015 photo, people check out the Tesla model S at the Tesla showroom at the the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica, Calif.

Tesla's evolving autopilot technology is close to getting a key update.

Right now, the feature makes Model S cars semi-autonomous. …

Tesla

10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know to finish off your week.

1. The new Apple TV is reportedly coming in September. As well as a hardware redesign, it will apparently have a new app store.

2. Microsoft says more than 14 million people are already using Windows 10. The new OS launched …

Google Glass

Nasa is reinventing air traffic control for drones

With drones expected to be taking to the skies in ever greater numbers in the coming years, we're going to need a better air traffic control system …

Traffic

Can the company behind the smartwatch with 30-day battery life make one that never needs recharging?

This April, the product that was meant to kickstart the smartwatch market arrived: Apple launched its long-awaited Watch. That was supposed to …

Batteries

Cybersecurity Innovation Race | The Network | The Network

Attacks are More Sophisticated and Disruptive

If enterprises aren't evolving as fast as they can, hackers are going to leave them in the dust. The Cisco2015 Midyear Security Report highlights the latest threats and spells out what organizations need to do to protect themselves.

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Security

The Network | The Network

Thousands of Cisco employees gathered at Levi’s Stadium in San Jose, Calif. on Monday, July 27 to ring in a new era in the company’s chapter—and the excitement in the air could no better be exemplified than in the noise itself.

The buzzing chatter of employees and their loved ones intermingled with …

Cisco Systems

Translogic 181: Energica Ego electric motorcycle

Translogic's Jonathon Buckley takes to the hills of Mulholland atop the Energica Ego, an all-electric performance motorcycle out of Italy. And while our ride takes place in the US, Energica CEO Livia Cevolini joins the conversation from across the pond to give us details on one of the world's first …

Motorcycles

U.S. Sets Goal for Faster Supercomputers. Much, Much Faster.

President Obama has announced an ambitious plan to build the world’s fastest computer, a machine capable of speeds far beyond technology’s current reach, in a bid to enlarge the frontiers of fields including medicine, biology and astronomy.

By 2025, the government will aim to create a machine …

News (Europe)

ScopeAR Beams An Expert To You Through Augmented Reality

Everyone needs an expert sometimes; a helping hand to point you in the right direction so you can get the job done.

Maybe you’re a mechanic working on an exotic car. You know everything there is to know about cars in general — but only a handful of people really know this car. Alas, they’re all on the …

Augmented Reality

Facebook Finally Reveals Its Own Internet Drone, And It’s Huge

'Aquila' will beam invisible internet lasers from the sky

While Project Loon found an initial home in Sri Lanka, Facebook has its own update for its plan to provide wireless internet from the skies.

Mark Zuckerberg announced the completion of Aquila, Facebook’s first full-scale aircraft designed to …

Facebook

How The Industrial Sector Will Drive Massive Growth To The Internet Of Things

Consumer electronics may generate headlines, but it is business that will provide growth in the ever-evolving Internet of Things, says a recently …

Internet of Things

How to plan for buying or upgrading to new technology

It's not a question of when something wears out; it's a question of when it becomes outdated.

Upgrades

Bionic eye technology could more rapidly spot assembly line faults

Scientists are developing a 'bionic eye' that could be used by manufacturers to improve monitoring of industrial assembly lines.

At the back of the …

Robots

We were blown away by the HTC Vive virtual reality headset

Oculus may be in big trouble thanks to the HTC Vive. First seen at Mobile World Congress in March, the world has stood up and taken notice of the Vive. Created in partnership between HTC and Valve, this system uses a combination of a VR headset and laser guidance that allows the participant to have …

Virtual Reality

Google's Balloons Will Provide An Entire Country With Wi-Fi

Hint: It's a small country

Google’s plan to bring internet to the world via balloon has found a toehold in central Asia. The government of Sri Lanka announced this week that Google’s Project Loon will provide "affordable high-speed" internet coverage for the entire country, beamed from balloons …

Google

3D brain map reveals connections between cells in nano-scale

Scientists have created an unprecedented high-resolution map of the brain that reveals structures as small as those found in individual nerve cells.

They produced the 3D map from a compilation of images taken with nanoscale resolution, making it possible to pick out features measured in millionths …

The Brain

The Origami Robots

The next entrant into the robot race: miniature, origami-inspired machines that are controlled by magnetic fields:MIT researchers debuted these tiny …

Robots

These Are The World’s Leading Startup Cities

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This story originally appeared on Citylab.

Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area have long been the world leaders in high-tech startups, giving rise to cutting-edge companies from Apple and Intel to Google, Facebook, and Twitter. But recent years have seen the rise of an …

Startups (India)

VCs Aren’t Hard of Hearing for Innovation As Investments For Hearables Surge

Editor’s Note: Ruochen Huang is an intern at CrunchBase and an undergraduate at the University of California, Berkeley.

These days the hardware you put in your ear can do much more than just play music.

Although new technologies are just coming to market, the earworn wearables sector has companies …

Hearing Aids